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Archived copy of Membership/Donation Payment Form

CPSR is a membership organization largely supported by the dues and donations of its members.

Dues and donations are tax-deductible.

If you prefer you can fill this form out, print it, and either mail or fax it to us:

CPSR, 1370 Mission St., 4th floor, San Francisco, CA 94103-2654 U.S.A.
Phone: (415) 839-9355      Fax: (415) 839-8617

(Note:  Call to confirm before faxing.)

(Please note:  Please designate all payments in US Dollars. Any credit card payments designated in foreign currencies will be charged as US Dollars at the current exchange rate at the time of batch processing.  This will be delayed from the time you submit this form.)

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The Internet
Privacy & Civil Liberties
Participatory Design/Workplace
Working in the Industry
Community Networks
Women in Computing
Weapons & Peace
Intellectual Property
Information Technology in Education
Computers & the Environment
International
Voting Technology
* $200 Supporting member - Life installment plan for members who started their payments before 1/1/01: 5 consecutive yearly payments = Life ------ $250 Life member installment plan: 5 consecutive yearly payments = Life
If you are not taken to a "Thank You" page after submitting this form, your form was not successfully submitted. Please contact cpsr(at)cpsr.org. Credit card payment information is usually processed within two weeks. Check your statement for confirmation of successful payment processing. The charge will be listed as "CPSR" or "Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility." If the charge is not listed within 2 weeks, please contact cpsr(at)cpsr.org Thank you.
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... As an IT professional I want to show my support and interest in areas where IT can better society at large and the that [sic] we as technology professionals have a responsibility to properly promote technology especially in areas neglected.